(bold = lab member; *postdoc, **grad student, §undergrad)
*Trijoulet, V., G. Fay, K. Curti, B. Smith, T.J. Miller. (In Press). Performance of multispecies assessment models: insights on the influence of diet data. ICES Journal of Marine Science. doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsz053
Fay, G., G. DePiper, S. Steinback, R.J. Gamble, J.S. Link. (In Press). Economic and ecosystem effects of fishing on the Northeast US shelf. Frontiers in Marine Science. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2019.00133
**Liu, C., G.W. Cowles, D.R. Zemeckis, G. Fay, A. Le Bris, S.X. Cadrin. 2019. A hardware-accelerated particle filter for the geolocation of demersal fishes. Fisheries Research 213: 160-171.
*Silva, T.L., G. Fay, T.A. Mooney, J. Robbins, M.T. Weinrich, C.D. Carson, T.V.N. Cole, M.A. Thompson, D.N. Wiley. 2019. Toothed whale habitat use in a marine protected area using point process models. Marine Ecology Progress Series 609: 239-256.
Cadrin, S.X., D.R. Goethel, **M.R. Morse, G. Fay, L.A. Kerr. (In Press). “So, where do you come from?” The impact of assumed spatial population structure on estimates of recruitment. Fisheries Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2018.11.030
Kneebone, J., **M.V. Winton, A. Danylchuk, J. Chisholm, G.B. Skomal. 2018. An assessment of juvenile sand tiger (Carcharias taurus) activity patterns in a seasonal nursery using accelerometer transmitters. Environmental Biology of Fishes 101: 1739-1756.
**Winton, M.V., J. Kneebone, D. Zemeckis, G. Fay. 2018. A spatial point process model to estimate individual centers of activity from passive acoustic telemetry data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9: 2262-2272.
Olsen, E., I.C. Kaplan, C. Ainsworth, G. Fay, S. Gaichas, R. Gamble, R. Girardin, C.H. Eide, T.F. Ihde, H. Morzaria-Luna, **K.F. Johnson, M. Savina-Rolland, H. Townsend, M. Weijerman, E.A. Fulton, J.S. Link. 2018. Ocean Futures Under Ocean Acidification, Marine Protection, and Changing Fishing Pressures Explored Using a Worldwide Suite of Ecosystem Models. Frontiers in Marine Science 5:64. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00064
**Wildermuth, R.P., G. Fay, S.K. Gaichas. 2018. Structural uncertainty in qualitative models for ecosystem-based management of Georges Bank. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75: 1635-1643.
**Winton, M.V., G. Fay, H.L. Haas, M. Arendt, S. Barco, M.C. James, C. Sasso, R. Smolowitz. 2018. Estimating the distribution and relative density of satellite-tagged loggerhead sea turtles in the western North Atlantic using geostatistical mixed effects models. Marine Ecology Progress Series 586: 217–232.
Punt, A.E., J. Day, G. Fay, M. Haddon, N. Klaer, L.R. Little, **K.J. Privitera-Johnson, A.D.M. Smith, D.C. Smith, M. Sporcic, R.B. Thomson, G.N. Tuck, J. Upston, S.E. Wayte. 2018. Retrospective investigation of assessment uncertainty for fish stocks off southeast Australia. Fisheries Research 198: 117-128.
Samhouri, J.F., K.S. Andrews, G. Fay, C.J. Harvey, E.L. Hazen, **S.M. Hennessey, K. Holsman, M.E. Hunsicker, S.I. Large, K.N. Marshall, A.C. Stier, *J.C. Tam, S.G. Zador. 2017. Defining ecosystem thresholds for human activities and environmental pressures in the California Current. Ecosphere 8(6):e01860. 10.1002/ecs2.1860.
DePiper, G., S. Gaichas, S. Lucey, P.P. da Silva, M.R. Anderson, H. Breeze, A. Bundy, P.M. Clay, G. Fay, R. Gamble, R.S. Gregory, P. Fratantoni, C.L.L. Johnson, M. Koen-Alonso, K. Kleisner, J. Olson, *C.T. Perretti, P. Pepin, F. Phelan, V. Saba, L.A. Smith, J. Tam, N. Templeman, **R.P. Wildermuth. 2017. Operationalizing Integrated Ecosystem Assessments within a Multidisciplinary Team: Lessons Learned from a Worked Example. ICES Journal of Marine Science 74: 2076–2086.
**Winton M.V., C. Huntsberger, D. Rudders, G. DeCelles, K. Thompson, K. Goetting, R. Smolowitz. 2017. Spatiotemporal patterns of flatfish bycatch in two scallop access areas on Georges Bank. Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science 49: 23-37.
Fay, G., J.S. Link, J.A. Hare. 2017. Assessing the effects of ocean acidification in the Northeast US using an end-to-end marine ecosystem model. Ecological Modelling 347: 1-10.
Gaichas, S.K., M. Fogarty, G. DePiper, G. Fay, R. Gamble, S. Lucey, L. Smith. 2017. Combining stock, multispecies, and ecosystem level fishery objectives within an operational management procedure: simulations to start the conversation. ICES Journal of Marine Science 74: 552-565.
Weijerman, M., J.S. Link, E.A. Fulton, E. Olsen, H. Townsend, S. Gaichas, C. Hansen, M. Skern-Mauritzen, I.C. Kaplan, R. Gamble, G. Fay, M. Savina, C. Ainsworth, I. van Putten, R. Gorton, R. Brainard, K. Larsen, T. Hutton. 2016. Atlantis Ecosystem Model Summit: Report from a workshop. Ecological Modelling 335: 35-38.
Olsen, E., G. Fay, S. Gaichas, R. Gamble, S. Lucey, and J.S. Link. 2016. Ecosystem Model Skill Assessment. Yes We Can! PLoS ONE 11(1): e0146467. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0146467
Fay, G., J.S. Link, S.I. Large, and R.J. Gamble. 2015. Management performance of ecological indicators in the Georges Bank finfish fishery. ICES Journal of Marine Science 72: 1285-1296.
Griffiths, S.P., and G. Fay. 2015. Including recreational fisheries data in stock assessment: implications for model performance and subsequent management strategies. Fisheries Management and Ecology 22: 192-212.
Large, S.I., G. Fay, K.D. Friedland, and J.S. Link. 2015. Quantifying patterns of change in marine ecosystem response to multiple pressures. PLoS ONE.10.1371/journal.pone.0119922.
Large, S.I., G. Fay, K.D. Friedland, and J.S. Link. 2015. Critical points in ecosystem responses to fishing and environmental pressures. Marine Ecology Progress Series 521: 1-17.
Little, L.R., J. Parslow, G. Fay, A.D.M. Smith, R.Q. Grafton, A.E. Punt, and G.N. Tuck. 2014. Environmental derivatives, risk analysis and conservation management. Conservation Letters 7: 196-207.
Fay, G., and A.E. Punt. 2013. Methods for estimating spatial trends in Steller sea lion pup production using the Kalman filter. Ecological Applications 23: 1455-1474.
Fay, G., S.I. Large, J.S. Link, and R.J. Gamble. 2013. Testing systemic fishing responses with ecosystem indicators. Ecological Modelling 265: 45-55.
Large, S.I., G. Fay, K. Friedland, and J.S. Link. 2013. Defining trends and thresholds in responses of ecological indicators to fishing and environmental pressures. ICES Journal of Marine Science 70: 755-767.
Klaer, N.L., S.E. Wayte, and G. Fay. 2012. An evaluation of the performance of a harvest strategy that uses an average-length-based assessment method. Fisheries Research 134-136: 42-51.
Fay, G., A.E. Punt, and A.D.M. Smith. 2011. Impacts of spatial uncertainty on performance of age structure-based harvest strategies for blue eye trevalla (Hyperoglyphe antarctica). Fisheries Research 110: 391-407.
Smith, A.D.M., D.C. Smith, G.N. Tuck, N. Klaer, A.E. Punt, I. Knuckey, J. Prince, A. Morison, R. Kloser, M. Haddon, S. Wayte, J. Day, G. Fay, F. Pribac, M. Fuller, B. Taylor, L.R. Little. 2008. Experience in implementing harvest strategies in Australia’s south-eastern fisheries. Fisheries Research 94: 373-379.
Branch, T.A., R. Hilborn, A.C. Haynie, G. Fay, L. Flynn, J. Griffiths, K.N. Marshall, J.K. Randall, J.M. Scheuerell, E.J. Ward, M. Young. 2006. Fleet dynamics and fishermen behavior: lessons for fisheries managers. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63: 1647-1668.
Fay, G. and A.E. Punt. 2006. Modeling spatial dynamics of Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) using Maximum Likelihood and Bayesian methods: evaluating causes for population decline. Pages 405-433 in: A.W. Trites, S. Atkinson, D.P. DeMaster, L.W. Fritz, T.S. Gelatt, L.D. Rea, and K. Wynne (eds.) Sea lions of the world. Alaska Sea Grant College Program, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Punt, A.E. and G. Fay. 2006. Can experimental manipulation be used to determine the cause of the decline of western stock of Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus)? Pages 435-454 in: A.W. Trites, S. Atkinson, D.P. DeMaster, L.W. Fritz, T.S. Gelatt, L.D. Rea, and K. Wynne (eds.) Sea lions of the world. Alaska Sea Grant College Program, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Punt, A.E., C. Allison and G. Fay. 2004. An examination of assessment models for the Eastern North Pacific gray whale based on inertial dynamics. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 6: 121-132.
Selected Technical Reports
Fay, G. 2011. Stock Assessment of the Macquarie Island fishery for Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) using data up to and including June 2010. Technical report presented to the Sub-Antarctic Resource Assessment Group (SARAG). 61p.
Fay, G. and Tuck, G.N. (eds.) 2011. Development of a multi-gear spatially explicit assessment and management strategy evaluation for the Macquarie Island Patagonian toothfish fishery. Australian Fisheries Management Authority and CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Hobart. 181p.
Griffiths, S., J. Pepperell, M. Tonks, G. Fay, W. Venables, J.M. Lyle, L. Olyott, W. Sawynok, and S. Edgar. 2010. Developing innovative and cost-effective tools for monitoring recreational fishing in Commonwealth fisheries. FRDC Final Report 2007/014. 170p.
Tuck, G.N. and G. Fay. 2010. Silver warehou (Seriolella punctata) stock assessment based on data up to 2008. Pages 50-75 in Tuck, G.N. (ed.) 2010. Stock Assessment for the Southern and Eastern Scalefish and Shark Fishery 2009. Part 1. Australian Fisheries Management Authority and CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Hobart. 334p.
Fay, G. 2005. Stock Assessment and Status of Longspine Thornyhead (Sebastolobus altivelis) off California, Oregon and Washington in 2005. Pacific Fishery Management Council, 7700 Ambassador Place NE, Suite 200, Portland, OR 97220. 147p.
Fay, G. 2004. Stock assessment for jackass morwong (Nemadactylus macropterus) based on data up to 2002. Pages 197-278 in Tuck, G.N. and Smith, A.D.M. (eds.) 2004. Stock assessment for South East and Southern Shark Fishery Species. Report of FRDC 2001/005. CSIRO Marine Research, Hobart. 419p.
Punt, A.E. and G. Fay. 2003. Estimation of Steller sea lion population dynamics parameters. Report to the North Pacific Universities Marine Mammal Consortium. 48p.
Punt, A.E. and G. Fay. 2002. Methods for Determining Extinction risk and Recovery Probability of Steller Sea Lion Populations Subject to Harvesting, Demographic and Environmental Stochasticity, and Catastrophic Events. Final Report to NMFS Steller sea lion recovery team. 52p.